Each year, too many lives are lost to lung disease and this is your chance to walk, raise money and make an impact in their honor. By joining the Fight for Walk you are making the commitment to fight lung disease so everyone can breathe easier - including you!
You may register at any time on the www.fightforairrunwalk.org website.
The Walk will be held on Saturday, October 5, 2013.
Registration will open at 8:00am. The Walk will start at 9:00 am.
Refreshments and entertainment will be provided.
Walkers age 11+: $25 online registration fee, due at time of registration.
Please note earlybird registration: $15 before August 15!
Children age 10 and under: Free to participate.
Walk Day Registrations:
Walkers age 11+: $25
NOTE: All participants will be required to wear a Walk Number and use tear-offs for refreshments, t-shirts, and Walk amenities. Additionally, as part of the registration fee all participants will receive the official walk t-shirt and will be eligible for many door prizes! T-shirts sizes guaranteed for registration received before August 30, 2013.
-We have secured reserved parking for our participants in the area near the soccer field.
-Should the street be closed when you arrive, please tell security that you are attending the American Lung Association’s Walk at Shelter #10 (and you will get through).
We encourage you to fund raise at least $100 toward the cause. This is easier than you think! It is as easy as asking 10 friends for $10. Our Special Events Staff is here to help you with fun and creative fundraising ideas as well as weekly coaching emails to ensure your fundraising success. Please contact our office for more details at (504) 828-5864 or via email at email@example.com. If you'd like help with fundraising ideas, check out the Participant Resources page or contact our office at (504) 828-5864 or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org. Donations are tax deductible to the extent allowed by the law. The American Lung Association® is a registered 501(c)3 organization. Please make checks payable to the American Lung Association in Louisiana.